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Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC, located in Evansville, WI and founded in 1873, consists of three divisions: the Baker Casting Division which pours gray and ductile iron castings, the Haight Pump Division which produces gear pumps, and the Baker Water Systems Division which produces products for residential, municipal/industrial, and environmental use. Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC acquired Campbell Manufacturing in 2008.
Water related focus – water well accessory and filtration products for residential use; pitless units and booster stations for municipal & industrial use; and well monitoring products for environmental use.
Also, gray and ductile iron castings & gear pumps.
Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC. was founded in 1873, in Evansville, WI with the idea to build a steam engine. Not long after development, the company realized the steam engine would not be profitable. The decision to build an additional machine shop and foundry to conduct repair work was made. Then in 1874, the company began manufacturing windmills under the Monitor name. This was the beginning of what would become a long list of innovative products for the water industry. By 1926, the company was selling windmills worldwide. Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC. managed to develop new products and sustain through the Great Depression. World War II brought new challenges and opportunities. The company was called upon to develop new product to be used by the Department of Defense. In 1953, Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC. developed the pitless unit designed to produce “Better Farming and Better Living.” Over the years the company continued to develop more products for the residential water industry and produce castings. In 1977, Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC. purchased Haight Pump out of the Milwaukee area which then moved to the Evansville location in 1981. In 2008, Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC. purchased Campbell Manufacturing to compliment the Monitor Water Well Division, and that is how the company stands today.